Can you recommend an online outlet to purchase Viagra or Cialis at a reasonable price and can be sure it is the real thing?

Mark A. Michaels and Patricia Johnson
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Do not buy Viagra (or other medications) online unless you’ve obtained a prescription from your doctor (not an online substitute), and you are making the purchase from an established reputable company. You need to have a proper medical evaluation before purchasing these drugs, as there may be side effects and certain health conditions make it dangerous to use them. In addition, there are numerous reports of online vendors selling counterfeit products.
Dr. Charlie Glickman
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According to an article in International Journal of Clinical Practice, “[m]illions of counterfeit PDE5is are seized yearly and account for the bulk of all counterfeit pharmaceutical product seizures.” These pills may contain very low doses of the active ingredient, or they may contain more than twice as much as the labeled dose. In their research, only about 10% of the seized pills were within 10% of the advertised strength. That means that users can be taking much more than is safe.These pills can also contain contaminants (including talcum powder, commercial paint and printer ink) and other, potentially dangerous ingredients. A sample of counterfeit Viagra that was seized in Hungary turned out to be amphetamine, which is ironic, given that it can cause erectile dysfunction. And, of course, there are some health conditions that make using medications like Viagra a very bad idea, but when you’re not getting them from a doctor, you’re more likely to put yourself at risk.Is it possible to get the real thing online? Sure. But you have no way of knowing, especially since the fakes look pretty realistic. Play it safe.

Dick of Dick-n-Jane.com
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The patents on Viagra, Levitra, and Cialis are still active and no generic equivalents are legal in the U.S.. The drugs’ manufacturers set prices so there really is no legitimate way to buy these drugs at below market cost, if you find low price pills online they are knock-offs and come with considerable risk (see Dr. Glickman’s advice above).I got a prescription for Cialis a couple years ago and my insurance helped pay for it. It was only 8 pills (20mg each) and my cost was about $40. The doctor told me to break the pills in half, I really only needed a 10mg dose, but he prescribed it this way to maximize my insurance benefit. In the end, it cost me $2.50 per hard-on… less than I pay for the caffeine boost in a cup of coffee. I would’t buy a latte from the pocket of a panhandler, too many unknowns there.